Comedian Sean Percival opens this months Comedy Club at Sixways Stadium
The bank holiday's here, there's no work on Friday and the comedy circuit is in full flow with another great stand-up comedy show at Worcester Warriors on Thursday 1st April...result! Show tickets cost from just £10 as a Comedy Club Member so sign up online at www.hahaheehee.com for discounts, free comedy news and updates each month.
Each of the 3 different comedians each show are the top acts in the UK today and have been hand selected by The Comedy Club Director so you know you're in for a great night. (next show 6th May)
MC - KAREN BAYLEY
BBC New Comedy Awards Semi Finals (BBC Choice), Take the Mike (ITV Carlton), BBC Showcase finals (BBC3), The Last Word (ITV1), Sex on the job (Sky1)
Karen began her comedy career back in 2001 and since then she has gone from strength to strength. As resident compere at her own club in Sutton Coldfield Karen honed her comedic talents and is now a well respected comic travelling the country entertaining the masses.
In 2004 she took a show to the Edinburgh Festival with Susan Murray where she gained glowing reviews.
OPENING - SEAN PERCIVAL
He spoke. He had us curled up begging for more…Sean Percival was the best heckler worrier I've seen for years…" Evening Mail TV
Black Country comic Sean Percival is an ex-welder from Dudley ("It's a lovely place to come from but bloody horrible to go back to") whose act is steeped in the traditions of the working mens clubs circuit, but bang up to date with its upfront attitude. Sean's brand of comedy steers clear of the surreal and confronts realism in an explosively funny way. A festival favourite, he has performed at the Edinburgh, Glastonbury and Reading Festivals, and as a well established headliner he performs at all major comedy clubs around the UK.
HEADLINE - JOHN NEWTON
A Truly Globetrotting Comedian: Abu Dhabi, Alicante, Amsterdam, Bahrain, Barcelona, Burma, The Caribbean, The Channel Islands, Dubai, Estonia, Hamburg, Ireland, Kenya, Munich, Russia, Stockholm & More
The first thing that strikes you about John Newton is that there is nothing massively striking about him. A relatively new face on the stand-up circuit, it didn't take John Newton long to find his feet. With material by the spoonful ready to lead people on a series of whimsical journeys, he has even the hardest audiences spellbound by his penetrating narratives. Add to this some subtle and often sublimely tasteless comedy, and you have the basis for a strange, but oh so amusing night out. You might even find yourself contemplating such obscure subjects as the socio-economic stability of Thomas the Tank Engine's island home, which as any parent will tell you, is very strange place indeed.
• Waitress service • Joke competition with prizes • Food available from 7.00pm - 8.15pm
• Members discounts apply
Tickets £12.00 | Members £10.00 | Over 18's | Doors Open 7:00pm | Show Time 8:30pm
Ticket Hotline: 01905 454183 | www.hahaheehee.com
Huw Taylor, Jack Singleton and Andrew Kitchener helped England Under 20s win the World Rugby Under 20 Championship in Manchester last Saturday, as they swept aside Ireland 45-21 in the final at the AJ Bell Stadium.